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VOL V
SOCIETIES
4
meets flrtl and third ruesdaj In each month
EXCELSIOR LODGE SO
j ilrT2S A 10 I O O F Vilton
tjrf SL Jm Fletcher Koble
Grand John M
IlayutS Vic Grand
r Tsmith Socrctary John 3 Stucke Trea
Cuter Victor Etfly Jr sitting Past Grand
eorse W ViUer D P G K T e l dge
eets it 730 p m every Wednesday night
sit rife brethren and all Odd Follows tin
3d standing tre cordiaUv inTitod to attend
KSIOIIT3 OF HONOR
LODGE SO 3710
V Eauon Jr Dicta
tor A Browne Vice
Dictator Jsee O
Wheeler Assistant Die
Frank Champion Past Dictator H Sherwood
lortc J B Sharpe Financial Reporter A
xk Treasurer J J Smlh Chaplain
by Guide Damaao Urnia Guardian Domingo
uvidez Sentinel Trustees F J Conioe O
za and A A Browne Lo ie laoets second
1 f > urth TaesdaTS of each monh
UTnoiio Ksioirrs or Amebica St Joiephs
inch No 715 Jcets on the let and 3d Tues
t of each month at S p m fron > Way 1st to
t and at 7 pm from Oct l t to April 30th of
month m Branch Hall at St Josephs College
tual Director Kev Fr Siro s Piteicent A
rovroe VicePrendent Fred I Combe Bee
etary John P Putegnat riuaa al Secretary
0 Hieks Treasurar U Fnandez jr
t at arms J P Scanlan Sentinel Fantos
es jr Trufctces Jesso Thorham V J
be A i Browne
MECTINO AT ALICE WITH dAS ANTONIO
VBANSAS PASS and itSSIOAN NATION
AL Railways
a Line Carries the United
States Mail on S hsdule
Time of 40 Hours
es Leave Alice and Brownr
He Daily at < > a tn Sun
days included nid arrive
at DfStinHtinii the
next Evening
BATES OF FAKE
ndTrip Ticket S225j
Trip 1503
nildren under 12 years half fare
lildren under five years free
iLPIIIlSyHElttli Bro7G37illelTei
HO 3 BEYISON
PROPAKD KAHA6E8
GrO To
r Continenla 5
Gihh Whisky Wima < 3vg t
1iitstit tuui Impirtud Cigire
Oi Hroitts and TibHCCo f
All BlimJ
Mi G PAHEDES 80
Lroprietors
onsvilltt Teji
IB
estaurant
supplied vith fresh fish oyster
game and vegetables
irtable and well furnished rooms
i conueciion with restaurant
i Tob jo Cia trs and Snioker
JTaten
nbetii S met
Am km
jeeesaor to Christiai Hes
DEALER IN
aBUL mawm
est Pfice Paid For Co firry
Produce
tit iaoeo Tuut
1
RIO GRANDE LODGR NO
81 A F AMtSW
BrojkR W Mi Isi
dore Jifiris S W SI
Wcruisii a L j W A
Neale Secretary Kolt
Dalull Trcasi rer IV C
Wary W It H Wallis
J D G W JtUler
rrjler TtaUlaKhccthren
cordially incite Lodge
SUMMER EXCURSION
1
TABLE
OF THE
From and after June 15th 1S9G
regular paEsenger train will
run as follows
Passenger Train between Browns
ville nd Point Isabel in effect
on and aftor June 15
r
1VEGULAK TKAIN
Leaves Brownsville Daily at 5pm
Tomt Isabel 730 am
Arrives Glo pm
Brownsville 845 am
EXCURSION TRAINS
LveBville every Saturday at 5p m
Sunday aa m
PcJsabel 4p in
Excursion tickets are good until > Ion
dav mornings train
Cg Commutation cards good for thirty
first class round yirips transferable
to members of ones family good unti
September 80th 1800 will be sold for
S250J Jluxicn coin
JOSRCELAYA
6ESTERAL MANAGER
rrank Champion
BROWNSVILLE KA
REPRESENTS TUK LARGEST
GROCERY HOUSE IN
TUE SOUTH
Sella Alcohol in hood Olive Oil
Vinegar PotatoeB and Dried
Frnits Wines Liquors
Grntu in car bit3 Coffee
Ri > o and Molitssns
HAHUFAGTURERS 16EET
For Architectural Iron Work Fencef
Railings and Juiis Fire and
Bnrglar Proof Sufes Onffin
Trimmings Stoves Per
fumerynnd Soaps
A FULL STOCK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
gp Write For Ptict8 nd Ternif =
MORGAN S S
LINE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
xVTLANTIC SYSTRH
Steamers make trips between
Morgan City or New Orleaus
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston about
every 10 days
For further information call ou or
address
M B KINGSBURY Agent
Headquart
FOR
yrs
nd Fane Goidii o all Descrip
ions flnitHble for
Wedding and Birthday Presents
iusic Books Stationery toys cons
Inks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods of every description
Just rectived by
HRo bEO liJIBSSE
Bt viwville Textts
C5 A5CJ l for Ott ii TotLbstuuuo
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1398
ASK the recovered
dyspeptics bilious
MifTcrcrs victims of
fever and ogue the
mercurial diseased
patient how they re
covered health cficer
fnl spirits and food
59 appetite they will tell
you bv taking Sim
mons LIVER KEGU
Tho Cheapest Purest and Best Family
Medicine In the World 1
For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION Jaun
dice BiliousattacksSIClIHKADACHK Colic
Depression of Spirits SOUR STOMACH
Heartburn etc This unrivalled remedy is
warranted not to contain a single particle of
I JJERCUlA or any mineral substance but is
PURELY VEGETABLE
containing those Southern Koots and Herbs
which nn allwise Providence lias placed in
countries where Livrr Dibenscs lwost prevail
It will cure all Diseases caused by Derange
ment of the Iivcr and Bowels
The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a
bitter or bad taste in the mouth Pain in the
Bark Sides or Joints often mistaken forKhcu
mutism Sour Stomach Loss of Appetite
Bowels alternately custive and lax Headache
Loss of Monorj with n painful sensation of
having failed to do something which ought to
have been done Debility Low Spirits n thick
yellow appearance ot the Skin nnd Eyes dry
Cough often mistaken for Consumption
Sometimes many of these symptoms attend
the diset c at others very few but the Liver
is generally the seat of the disease and if not
Regulated in time great suffering wretched
ncs and DEATH will ensue
The following highly esteemed persons attest
to the virtues of Simmons Liver Regulator
Gen W S Holt Pres Ua S W R R Co Rev
I R Fcldcr Perry Ua Col E K Sparks Al
bany Ga C Slasierson Esq Sheriff Bibb Cos
Ua Hon Alexander H Stephens
We have tested its virtues personally and
know that for Dyspepsia Biliousness and
Throbbing Headache it is the licst medicine the
world ever saw We tried fortyotherreracdies
before Simmon Liver Regulator but none gave
us more than temporary relief but the Regu
lator not only relieved but cured us Ed
TELEGRAPH AND MESSENGER Macon Ga
HINfKACTUREI ONLY llV
J tl ZEIUN CO Philadelphia Pa
PROFESSIONALS A RDS
TAlvES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brovy > vxlU Texas
fflce 8ccond Floor Rio Grande Railroad Building
Will practice in any of the Courts State or Faderal
and and railroad litigation the investigation of
lUesand prei > araUon of abstracts specialties
p 11 GOODRICH
JCrA
A TTOKNE VATL A W
DEALER IN REAL KFTATK
Joinplete Abstracts of Cameron
County Kept In The Office
1ROWNSVILLE TEX
p H MARIS
LAWYER AND LAND AGENT
MONEY TO LOAN ON
GOOD SECURITY
Office in Dalzell Building on
Levee Street
Brownsville Texas
NO I KLE1BER
ATTORNEYATLAW
llice over First National Bank
Browuaville TexaB
Will > ractice in any of the
ourte of tin State when specially
mi ployed
W
N PARKS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
Temporary ofiice over Pellat lUstaurant
W1U practice in any of the courts Slate or
Federal Special attention given to perfecting
aud titles
R
B ltENTFRO
ATTORNEY AND
JOUNSELORATLAW
Will practice in all Federal and
itato Courts
Uroicnsvills Texas
JOHN P KELSEY
ATTORNEY aLAW
Will practice in tbe Federal and
Into Uouris
Kw Grande City 7exas
FAS IL EIWAUDS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Titles Investigated and
Abstracts Furnished
flidaUjo Texas
FOSl It S2fr T
The lillors Ilotol building hav
ing been completely repaired is of
fered for rent for hotel purposed condemn any interference
i t i
Reasonable rales
unco Vluirin
ATLEE NOMINATED
Resolniona AgainBt the Fee
Bill and For Increase of
Ranger Force
Corpus Christi Texas Sppt
12 At the Doraocratic senat
orial convention of this the
Twentythird senatorial district
of Texas held in this city to
day Hon E A A tlee of Laredo
was nominated by acclamation
and the following resolutions
unanimously adopted
We hereby reaffirm onr all
egiance to the Democratic parly
its principles and platform as
euunciated by the convention
at Chicago and pledge the
party support to all Democratic
nominees
Second we hereby heartily
endorse the course of our Sen
ator the Hon E A A tlee as
in all thiiigfl having proved
faithful to the trust reposed in
bim und in all things eutitled
to the confidence of our people
Third we hereby instruct
our Senator to be nominated
by this convention to use every
honest means as such to pre
serve in their integrity our jud
icial districts as now constitut
ed except it be by request by
petition from his Democrats
constituents of any given conn
Fourth we also hereby in
struct our Senator to be nomiu
nated by this convention to
U9 every honorable means in
power to prevent the passage
of and bill or resolution affect
ing or in any way restricting
the rights our citizens of Mex
ican origin as now enjoyed by
them unler our present laws
and constitution
We also hereby instruct the
Senator from this district to
use every honorable m ana to
secure to the sheriffs and all
oilier county officers full aud
proper compensation for their
tervicea and to vote against
iiiid in everj way endeavor to
prevent tbe passage of any bill
or resolution tending to uny
reduction of said compensation
and also to endeavor to secure
the repeal of the present law
and a reenactment of the law
which it repealed touching the
sheriffs compensation iu cases
of attached witnesses
We also hereby instruct our
Senator to endeavor to continue
the pieaent ranger force in the
field and to secure as large a
legislative appropriation in or
der that said force may be
made more efficient and be in
creased if possible and such
law stlso as will tend Jo secure
more efficiency in the discharge
of their duty by Paid rungere
by a more equal distribution
of them and prevent their being
matiotied too great a length t f
time at any one point by reason
of which their efficiency is often
impaired by the local antag
onsm or sympathies or affilia
tions which will and do natural
ly arise from such continued
contact with the people of an
one locality and wh also espe
Apply to Fran
1 by such ranger force or any of
Highest of allin Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report
them in our local affairs and in
the prosecution of minor offense
such as misdemeanors etc alt
of which is respectfully sub
mitted
GEN GOMEZS DECREE
Says There Shall Be No Pacif
icos Save Helpless Women
and Children
New York Sept 12 A dis
patch to the Herald from Ha
vana says It is the rebels now
who are making war npon Cn
ban pacilicos Under a late de
cree of Maximo Gomez the in
surgent leader those who have
attempted to preserve a neutral
attitude must show their colors
and come out openly for one
side or the other Ablebodied
men who are noncombatants
must take a machete in hand
and strike for Cuba and inde
pendence or abandon their
fields take refuge within the
cities and towns held by gov
ernment forces and shoulder a
rille in defense of Spain and the
crown Neutrals in future will
not be respected iu time of war
Gomez says thero shall be no
pacilicos save helpless women
and innocent children
By a strange coincidence he
and Captain General Weyler
have npon this subject identi
cal ideas and stranger still
each is opposed to allowing
planters to gather their sugar
and cocoa crops until after the
war is fought to a finish From
all over the island dispatches
bring reports of instances where
Gomezs orders are being rigid
ly carried into effect
Beyond the Yierbota but a
few leagues from Havana Ifca
mon Velez a poor peasant was
dragged from his humble hut
shot and afterward horribly
inachetted by an insurgent
band before the eyes of his wife
and children whose appeals for
mercy availed him naught His
crime was failure to obey
previous intimation from the
insurgents that he should either
join Iheni or move into town
On the Fortuna estate near
Aretmisa an old widow with
a house full of small childreu
humble plantings adjacent were
destro3ed
In Matanzas provincp npar
Roque Nicolas Hernandez a
peon employed on La Espana
plantation owned by former
Minister Romero Robledo of
Madrid was seized by raiders
and hanged to a tree in front
of his own door Andres Rt
doudo a foreman of theOl3mj o
sugar estate near Cimarrones
was also taken out a few nights
ago by a partv of rebels who A pure GxapeCrenm of Tartar Powder
tDtnAmnorna Alum 01 other adulterant
any
left him > dangling from a tree W ears TH stahdad
At Macun near Sagua a nnni
beifofvvood cutters were men
aced with the rope in event of
an attempt to continue work
In Gnabo and Calabazar five
coal burners one a boy of 10
years have been hanged for
persisting in their work in de
fiance of rebels warnings Two
others were hanged near Que
mado de Guinez and near Ca
guaguna Don Estanallo Marti
nez a rich Creole stockman
was likewise put out of the way
In the vicinity of Santiago de
Cubacountry people are being
held up and robbed upou the
public roads
a i a m
GREAT GOLD
GOLDDISCOVERY
The Ore Runs From 200 to
iooooaTon
Rawlins Wyo Sept 14
There is much excitement here
over a recent gold discovery
on Grand Encampment creekT
about fortyfive miles southeast
of this city The discovery was
made by A H Huston anil
Ben Cullen in July They have
kept the matter quiet until th
present time At a depth c f
twelve feet they have it i >
claimed a pay streak twenty
inches wide assaying froa
200 to fioooo in gold
The vein has been traced
for several miles Forty o
fifty claims have been located
Numerous parties are prepar
ing to go to the camp as rapil
ly as they can
Editor McMicken who his
just returned from the camp
says it is the greatest miner I
region in Wyoming or nort
em Colorado The camp is ia
the same mineral zone as
Hahns peak and the North
Park mines
A BILL DEFEATED
Paris Tex Sept 12
A
bill disfranchising intermarred
whites and freedmen has been
defeated in the Choctaw Coun
cil now in session at Tusca
homa Another bill is pend
ing denying them all rights of
to the building While their
citizenshipk Party feeling is
was driven out of house and °
home the torch being applied running high
Awarded
Highest Honors Worlds Faif
3 J 1 few
MOST PERFECT MADE
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